Last Updated on October 19, 2020
National File Senior Reporter Patrick Howley joined Newsmax TV Monday to discuss National File’s latest reporting about potential voter fraud in Houston, Texas, where a poll watcher says in a sworn affidavit that he discovered stacks of drivers licenses being used to facilitate fraud.
As National File reported, “Texas poll watcher Raymond T. Stewart, a retired police officer, submitted a sworn affidavit” last week alleging that “alleges that a Houston precinct judge and staff illegally used a stack of driver’s licenses in their possession to allow people to vote illegally in the 2020 election at a drive-through voting window created by the Coronavirus pandemic.”
Patrick Howley joined Newsmax TV to discuss this bombshell development earlier today.
“I’ve actually been listening to what the poll watching have to say, unlike the mainstream media,” said Howley. “What’s happening now, as we see in Houston, is that with drive through voting, where people can vote now like ti’s Taco Bell because of the coronavirus pandemic, what they’re doing is they have stacks of drivers licenses.”
“They’re scanning the drivers licenses that they have on the desks,” said Howley, “And pairing that up with people going through the drive through window even though it’s not the same identity.”
Patrick Howley appeared on Newsmax TV to discuss SHOCKING revelations of voter fraud from Texas, where piles of drivers licenses were reported by poll workers. 1/3 pic.twitter.com/EFQxRSzJBS
— National File (@NationalFile) October 19, 2020
As National File previously reported:
Harris County, where Houston is located, is also the site where the Joe Biden campaign’s Texas political director Dallas Jones is accused of running an illegal ballot harvesting operation, according to two separate affidavits submitted to the Texas Supreme Court by former law enforcement officials. Here is the GoFundMe page for private investigators who are busting what insiders say is one of the largest voter fraud rings in the United States. Here is a photo from the scene of the stack of driver’s licenses.